Abigail Qin-Nelson, DO

(329 Ratings, 37 Comments)
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Cardiology
Accepting new patients.


Dr. Nelson specializes in interventional cardiology. She earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and recently completed her fellowship in interventional cardiology from the St. John Providence Health System in Warren, Michigan. Fascinated by the heart’s anatomy and physiology, Dr. Nelson decided to pursue a specialty in cardiology. She chose to practice at Good Samaritan so she could make a visible difference in the community. “Good Samaritan focuses on community and patient care, which will allow me to really help my patients,” said Dr. Nelson. When she is not seeing patients, Dr. Nelson and her husband, Tom, enjoy spending time with their family and friends, cooking and trying new recipes, reading, knitting and crocheting.

Dr. Nelson is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.

  • Did this provider listen carefully to you?

    4.6 OUT OF 5 STARS
  • Did you trust this provider with your care?

    4.6 OUT OF 5 STARS
  • From 0 to 5 (0 = worst provider possible & 5 = best provider possible) What number would you use to rate this provider?

    4.7 OUT OF 5 STARS
  • How likely would you be to recommend this provider to your family and friends?

    4.7 OUT OF 5 STARS


Dr. Nelson was and is very friendly and flat out GOOD! : )
I feel the hospital has changed so much, not just the structure, but the entire atmosphere of the employees has improved so much.
It was my first visit with Dr. Nelson. I like her very much. She was very thorough. She answered my questions. And I know if I have any needs for her in the future. She will help me. She also said that she would be in favor of seeing my husband which took a a great burden off my shoulders. She was excellent. Thank you very much.
Dr. Nelson was very professional. She was very knowledgeable and she was very helpful to me and patient. She let me talk. She didn't dominate the conversation. She was excellent and I would recommend others to go to her.
She made me feel like I wasted her time. When her nurse called with results (I didn't want to make another appt. as she made me think that my echo would be normal she left things ups to me what I wanted to do. Asked questions and nurse said she would get back to me. Nurse was great! She called back and didn't really have answers for me as again the dr. said chest pain wasn't d/t my problem and she could do a treadmill if I wanted. I would have liked to have her(dr communicating via nurse) say well this, or
Dr Nelson was very thorough and made me feel comfortable. I felt able to ask questions without feeling like she was in a rush to get to the next patient.
All was good.
Even though they were only running 30-40 minutes behind schedule, my time is important too and those kinds of situations aggravate me. Mo one apollogized for the delay or even explained that my appointment time was running behind. I was left in the waiting area to wait.
Warm friendly helpful yet professional atmosphere.Went the extra mile to schedule future tests at my convenience.
Seemed like on this particular appointment Dr. Qin- Nelson was extremely behind schedule. I waited way over an hour before I was even called back to my appointment, and then I still had a bit of a wait back in the patient viewing room, and I had back to back appointments with meeting to go upstairs to the wound center. So I was running quite late getting up there. We thought we had enough time scheduled between. She was just behind schedule. Thank you.
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